Admissions Office

Admissions Office

Welcome to the Admissions Office at Delaware County Community College. Habla Español? Click here.

Are you ready to get started? If you want to enroll in one of our degree or certificate programs, your first step is to apply. But don’t worry, even if you’ve been away from the classroom for a number of years, applying for admission and financial aid at the College is easy and we’re here to help at every step along the way.

We also invite you to come to campus to meet with our admissions staff, take a tour or visit a class.

We believe that everyone deserves a great education, and we’ve removed barriers to provide you with that opportunity. Recognizing that a number of undocumented students reside in our service area, the College welcomes them to enroll as well. Our open-door acceptance policy makes it easy to find yourself here. For anyone with a high school diploma or GED and the demonstrated ability to benefit, applying takes just three simple steps: find out how to apply.

The College also welcomes international students. Learn more about special application procedures for international students.

Admissions Staff

Nancy Wheeler

Nancy Wheeler

Nursing, Respiratory Therapy and Surgical Tech Programs
Email | 610-359-5005
Darren Lipscomb

Darren Lipscomb

On-Campus Recruitment Events, Tour Guide Supervisor
Email | 610-359-5252
Amber Moore

Amber Moore

High School Seniors in Dual Enrollment
Email | 610-723-4950
Veronica Rodriguez

Veronica Rodriguez
International Students
Email | 610-723-4106
Micah Muldowney

Micah Muldowney
Trade and Technical Programs
Email | 610-359-5089


Hope Diehl, Director of Admissions & Enrollment Services
Email | 610-359-5333
Debbie Pillarella, Administrative Assistant | Email | 610-359-5333 
Elaine Tambon, Enrollment Services Associate | Email | 610-359-5050
Shennelle Richards, Enrollment Services Receptionist | Email | 610-359-5050
Sandy Ricchiuti, Admissions Receptionist | Email | 610-359-5050

Are you ready to get started? If you want to enroll in one of our degree or certificate programs, your first step is to apply. You can also request information, come to an event or schedule a tour.

Returning students should use the online or paper application to re-apply to the College.

The College’s High School Dual Enrollment Program gives students the opportunity to earn college credits while they’re still in high school at a fraction of the cost. For more information, visit

At Delaware County Community College we make it possible to return to the classroom, with flexible scheduling, nine different locations and online courses. Whether you’re trying to move ahead in your career with a certificate program, begin one of the College’s various degree programs or simply enrich your life through learning, the College has all the resources you need. Go to for more information

Students at other colleges can take classes here during fall, spring, summer and winter sessions as visiting students and transfer the credits back to their school. Go to for more information.

Students come to the College from all over the globe to study with an F-1 student visa. Go to for more information.

Students who have previously attended another regionally accredited college can transfer credits to the College. Go to for more information.

Students applying to study nursing, paramedics, respiratory therapy and surgical technology have special application requirements. Learn More »

The College has a comprehensive curriculum that can provide education and training to people in the area with military service. Learn More »

The College's Municipal Police Academy is a leader in providing local and regional departments with qualified and prepared candidates. Learn More »

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